The City provides a wide variety of technological service and programs designed to engage citizens, connect the city, close the digital divide, increase efficiency, and create a sustainable city.
City of Boston's Mobile Website
Check out the mobile version of the City's website formatted specifically for viewing on mobile devices. Optomized for 5,000+ mobile devices, you can file a taxi complaint, locate a towed car, or find visitor information all at tips of your fingers.
Wi-Fi Hot Spots in Boston
Out and about in Boston? Check out a list of free wi-fi hotspots around the city.
Boston Public Computing CentersThe Boston Broadband Community Computing Centers are the result of a partnership between the Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF), the Boston Housing Authority (BHA) and the Boston Public Library (BPL). These community-oriented training centers will provide a variety of free workshops and classes in basic computing and new technologies. The centers are located at nearly 50 BCYF, BHA and BPL facilities throughout Boston.
Boston Public Library Technology Resources
All BPL branches and central facility are wireless hotspots. They also offer public desktop computing stations and laptop lending for patrons to reach internet-accessible resources. Did you know you can access various electronic materials from the library right from your own computer? Patrons can also participate in a city-wide computer training classes to gain a better understanding of computers and the features they offer.
Citizens Connect AppThe Citizens Connect App helps residents and visitors to make Boston neighborhoods even better by reporting service issues such as potholes, to City government for a response and quick resolution.